Optimization Modeling of Water Quality in Pollution Regions of Nigeria

Sylvia Okonkwo


This work aims at studying the effect of the dump sites near borehole location and away from the location, adopts optimization modeling of quality of water in the pollution regions of Nigeria. The problem starts from poor sanitations as a result of poor human excreta management and related un-hygiene practices like dump site. Secondly, reduction in quality of water and increase in water treatment cost damage to environmental quality and lost of land value etc. Methodology involves carefully collected water sample from two designed Nigerian and result were cross examine with the World Health Organization (WHO) standard thus result was compared with the standard in other Pearson product moment correlation  model mode (r) for assessment of the interaction between the elements for optimization modeling of the result with that are mostly endangers. In conclusion the interaction  model proved that the average result of the analysis of sample of borehole water collected at Rumuogwamama in Eneka in Obio Akpo Local Government Are of River State of Nigeria in the month of March 2011 were below the WHO standard. Particularly the (PH) of 5.78 to 5.31 and heavy metals for the sample of the borehole near the dump sites and away from the site when corrected with the uses. Therefore these had led to ill health and industrial problems in the rine religion of Nigeria as the waters are unsuitable for drinking industrial uses done for modification of the (pH) and heavy metals before use.

Keywords:  Optimization,Modelling water quality,pollution and heavy metals.

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